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HIV/AIDS

09 February 2011

Fear of infection drove Aids decline in Zimbabwe

Fear of infection helped drive a 50% decline in new cases of HIV in Zimbabwe from 1997 to 2007, said an international study published in the US.

Fear of infection helped drive a 50% decline in new cases of HIV in Zimbabwe from 1997 to 2007, said an international study published in the United States.

Attitude changes were rooted in mass media campaigns that infiltrated church settings, workplaces and other activities, the researchers said.

 

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